The second project unveiled by Mondo Marine this week, is a 57 metre superyacht, created in collaboration with Enrico Gobbi of ‘Team for Design’. With neat lines and balanced proportions, several innovative details are displayed in the new design.
These details include the final elements on all decks’ superstructure which recall large gills, emphasised by an indirect light around the border. In addition, the imposing fin that encloses the fly bridge has been inspired by the marine world; its structure includes large glass portions that protect the dining and sitting area located on the deck, guaranteeing at the same time an exclusive observation point of view that is free from impediments.
Long windows upon continuous superstructure surfaces convey a very sleek looking profile. The yacht’s profile is also characterised by the various recesses on hull and superstructure which allow to have a floor to ceiling panoramic view from the main deck salon and upper deck salon, and particularly from the owners suite.
As well as spectacular views, the owner’s suite boasts an enclosed 8 sqm terrace. The living and bedroom areas are connected by a wide opening with double sliding doors that guarantee privacy, but also allows the creation of a large open space with an abundance of natural light.
Throughout the yacht, furniture and decorative objects from the Armani Casa collection have been used to create a feeling of refined class and luxurious comfort.
The main deck cockpit features an impressive 5 metre long pool surrounded by large sunpads, with a lounge sofa configuration just in front of the main salon entrance. The swimming pool is the focal point of this exterior area, with its front water cascade and internal special lighting effects.
The beach area is enclosed in the yacht’s stern. The beach lounge and bar are accessible through an internal staircase connecting up to the main deck cockpit. Particular attention has been paid to the lighting plan for the exterior of the yacht.